6 Jalan Bukit Merah
#01-142/143 ABC Brickworks Market & Food Centre
Singapore 150006

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05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am

05:00pm - 01:00am


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A dish anyhow put together. The lean meat was damn tough and dry. Nothing like the one I had at the Kembangan outlet. But the fats were thick and melt-in-your-mouth.

The omelette is really good, it taste so eggcellent

The other dishes are ok.

Free flow rice and sweet potato porridge.


$77 including a medium size pomfret fried with black bean sauce. If not for the heat conditions at ABC food Centre, we would come more often! Everything fresh and hot. A good choice for casual porridge if you like the sweet potato kind. Served up fast. 70 cents for unlimited porridge. Their lor is also pretty tasty!


The porridge/ rice here is $0.70 for the first bowl - but it’s free flow!

I liked the prawn paste chicken ($8 - S), it was crisp, juicy and fragrant! Another must order would be the fluffy chaipoh omelette ($5 - S). Greasy but as with all fantastic tasting eggs, it’s worth the calories to me. Would’ve liked more chaipoh in it, but it’s probably just a little inconsistency.

The dark sauce of the clay pot pork liver ($8 - S) was very tasty, and liver was tender, a little powdery but pretty decent (prefer Nan Zhen’s in the same hawker centre); the claypot brinjal was good though gravy was quite similar. We enjoyed the long bean sambal too - had a good spicy kick and cooked just right so it still had a nice crunch. The fried sambal lala was the least impressive of the dishes we ordered as it lacked the plumpness and sweetness that we expected from fresh clams. Enjoyed the sauce though it tasted more like those of chili crab than sambal with the addition of egg and sweetness.

📍 4pm - 1am


This flavourful stewed pork dish with soft preserved vegetables and refillable steaming hot sweet potato porridge is the perfect meal for a rainy day. You can request for leaner cuts of meat if you don’t enjoy 😉 the fatty parts of the pork.

This is my to- go place for Taiwan porridge.
The food is consistently good and service is brisk.

Other notable dishes are their chye Poh egg ( which can be a little greasy so do ask for less oil ) and stir fried pea shoots ( Dou miao).